Quintessence Theatre’s production of WAITING FOR GODOT just closed. Henrik Eger spoke to the director about his background and his experiences directing Samuel Beckett’s classic.
Frank Ferrante can turn into his boyhood and current idol, Groucho Marx, on a dime.
Perhaps it is Harris’s adept characterization of economic pains and societal pressures which sets light romantic comedy in pleasant relief.
Philadelphia natives Rob McClure and Maggie Lakis are returning home for SOMETHING ROTTEN.
Light, shadows, sound and silences coalesce with acting artistry to create a stirring, sensational air of suspense
Krissy Fraelich’s riveting central performance blends with the perfection of Geoffrey Goldberg’s direction to make this production not only powerful and poignant.
What? Him again? Yes and no.
V2: Creation Myth follows up and updated the themes from The Vagina Monologues.
Desi Oakley is donning an apron and baking her way across the country as Jenna in the national tour of WAITRESS
Philadelphia’s premiere drama critic, Toby Zinman knows her theater. Opera, not so much. Here’s her dilettante review of Opera Philadelphia’s WRITTEN ON SKIN.
Annenberg Center presented a program of music and theater, with a Beethoven performance by the Daedalus String Quartet and a staged reading by playwright Michael Hollinger
COLD HARBOR is fast-paced and skillfully produced, with a large, stylistically diverse cast, but at its emotional core it is stiff and distant.
THE HUMANS is a difficult play to like or to watch
A delightful comedy that shows an evening and morning in the lives of four sisters
What’s being satirized in this social satire? Good question, with several answers.